verb (used without object), gam·boled, gam·bol·ing or (especially British) gam·bolled, gam·bol·ling.
Origin of gambol
Can be confusedgamble gambol
Examples from the Web for gamboled
Did you ever hear that Plato gamboled through the alleys of Athens?
How they gamboled, kicked up their heels and tossed their heads.Confessions of Boyhood|John Albee
Leaping Creek gamboled its tortuous way through the heart of a perfect garden.The Law-Breakers|Ridgwell Cullum
He followed me and gamboled like a dog, rolling over on the turf and exhibiting his delight in a hundred ways.Summer in a Garden, and Calvin, A Study Of Character|Charles Dudley Warner
The dogs leaped and gamboled around her, and she put them down with vague, kind gestures.Kildares of Storm|Eleanor Mercein Kelly